The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 15, 1996 · Page 17
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac i TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1996 B7 f JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). You climb the corporate ladder today. Act forcibly ~ even if others disagree. Unprecedented decisions in your favor relieve pressure. Mothers receive great news. Love Is highlighted at an outdoor event. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Hard work pays off. You thrive in this difficult economy. Raises or new responsibilities give you added income. Wealthy friends or lovers help you out. A new skill comes in ha.ndy at home. * • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Stop reminiscing about a lost love. Something new, possibly a Virgo, is on the horizon. Divorced people get financial bonanzas or are relieved of heavy obligations. Collect data for future use. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Expert advice is worth the expense. Moonlighting gets you out of a rut, financially and emotionally. Save cash. A new home Is possible in the near future. Make personal decisions now, while your mind is clear. • • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Invest in education for yourself or loved ones. Short-sighted co-workers make mistakes, and you will benefit from this. Show a lover how truly vulnerable you are. Finish projects before the deadline and get a bonus. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 15). Fast profits come from investments made in November and December. A renewed romance with a Sagittarius or Pisces blossoms in January or March. New partners brought into a deal in April bring increased luck that produces a windfall by early summer. A career opportunity opens up next month and is a chance to move several notches up the ladder. Consider schooling in January. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your generosity with knowledge could undermine your own position. Nimble-minded romantic partners can help with career changes. Reaffirm ties with relatives, especially in-laws. You can be flexible if you choose to be. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). Postpone an emotional decision, but go ahead with business ones. Stop anticipating help - you do best on your own. Older siblings seek closer ties with you and possibly become business partners. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Tackle big problems at the office by working extra hours or taking work home. Governmental agencies help you out of financial jam. Your lover is trying to tell you something through his or her actions. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Prosperity is linked with using your dynamic personality. Shift your thinking away from details and toward long-range goals. Be audacious with a new sweetheart. A Leo will promise the moon. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Superiors may get fired, so be ready to step into their shoes. You hit a romantic home run, leading to marriage. Your academic progress impresses teachers. Lessen your expenses with the help of a book or video. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Key associates need your guidance. You can demand special favors. Perception is what will get you through a sticky social situation. Deliver a thoughtful gift to a friend or relative in person. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). A recently met acquaintance could alter your life. Do not delay on following up on offers. Use psychology with a partner, child or parent. Accept a compromise, but just for the time being. Be wise about your heart. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 WEATHER Kansas today 75 HIGH 50 LOW Today, mostly cloudy early, then decreasing cloudiness during the afternoon. High around 75. North wind 5 to 10 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy. Low 50. 6:52 p.m. Today's Sunset 7:40 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: A chance for morning showers otherwise decreasing clouds west and central and mostly Cloudy east. Highs mostly in the 70s. •TONIGHT: Clear to partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 40s to mid- 50s. •WEDNESDAY: Sunny. High in the upper 70s to lower 80s. • THURSDAY: A chance for rain. Turning colder with lows from the 40s far west to the 50s elsewhere. Highs from around 50 northwest to around 70. southeast* • FRIDAY: A chance for rain. Lows from the upper 20s northwest to around 40 southeast Highs in the 50s. Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Year High 84 72 92/1899,1938 Low 61 48 28/1969 • High and low to 8 p.m . PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. None October to date 0.06 Average October 2.41 Year to date 29.45 Average year through October , ( 26.94 Average year , 28.95 t >'!,, DAILY WEATHER »Call COMMUNITY line Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1 -800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NEB. '{ Colby| 72° J , 4 >V -tag.*,'-*". - > ?• COLO pWF&* />' VrV^tf 2£l&?$ Showers T-storms Rain -Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy U.S.today 40s COLD WARM STATIONARY ~ -© 1996 AccuWeathe Pressure ^^^ ^_^ jA> ^r^~\ f~^~\ HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville HI 83 LO 59 PREC Anchorage HI 29 LO 16 OTLK :.cid Belolt • 85 60 Atlanta 80 53 Idy. Clr Clr Chanute 78 55 Boston 55 39 Clr Cofleyvllle 77 56 Chicago 72 52 Concordla 83 61 Cldy Dallas-Ft Worth 80 63 Dodge Citv 84 58 Cldy Denver 74 38' Emporla 81 55 Cloy Kansas City 71 56 Garden City 86 56 Cldy. Las Vegas 90 60 Clr Goodland 84 50 Los Angeles 77 60 Clr Hutchlnson 81 57 Manhattan. 84 56 Plttsburq 80 56 New York City Oklahoma City 59 80 45 59 Clr Cldy Omaha 69 49 Russell ' 86' 59 .Cldy Orlando 85. 66 Topeka BO . 59 Clay Phoenix 92 70 Clr Wichita 82 58 San Francisco 69 54 Clr PEOPLE King wants to mess you up ORONO, Maine — Horror master Stephen King wants to do more for his fans than leave their spines tingling. "I don't want to just mess with your head. I want to mess with your life," King said at a weekend conference at his alma mater, the University of Maine. "I want you to miss appointments, burn dinner, skip your homework. I want you to tell your wife to take that moonlight stroll on the beach at Waikiki with the resort tennis pro while you read a few more chapters." King was keynote speaker at a conference on his works. Among the topics covered were censorship and student choice. King's books are banned in some schools. "What I tell kids is don't get mad, get even," King said. "Run, don't walk, to the first library you can find and read what they're trying to keep out of your eyes. Read what they're trying to keep out of your brains." KING Alabama can't forget Cole * BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Four decades ; ago, Nat King.Cole was attacked during a » show in Alabama and never performed * there again. Now the late singer is being jj used to draw visitors to his home state, jj Cole's song "Unforgettable" will be «r used as part of the state of Alabama's new * tourism campaign. % The new slogan will be unveiled Nov. 4. «" It will replace the old theme, "Stars Fell * on Alabama," in order to identify the •£ state with one of America's favorite * songs, said state Tourism Director . Aubrey Miller. The tribute to Cole is a far cry from 1956, when the Montgomery-born singer was attacked by racists during a performance at Birmingham's municipal auditorium. ' Dinner gave her faith in him NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The way to Faith Hill's heart is through her stomach. The country singer says she was won over by the culinary skills of fellow performer Tim McGraw, who became her husband last week. Romance blossomed after McGraw invited her over for some home cooking. "I was thinking, 'Yeah, right, homemade...' " Hill said. But Me- i Graw surprised her with the quality of \ his chicken, dumplings and corn bread, j "It tasted just like my mom's," Hill said. ] From Wire Service Reports ! HILL V ADVICE *Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent Children & S«nlor» $3.50 •PrtnwtlTw Adult* $3.75 OthtrTlimi $5.50 That Thing You Do Ghost And The PG Darkness *** R (*5:05}-7:25 V, Central • 1 hour 48 mln. ('5:00)-7:20 The Chamber Mid-st a .e.ihour44min. R The Glimmer Man ** R (•5:00)-7:30 ** Central • 1 hour 50 mln. C5:05)-7:15 First Kid Mid-State • 1 hour 30 mln. PG Long Kiss ** Goodnight (•5:15) R Central • 1 hour 41 mln ^^ Extreme Measures cs:oo)-7:3o R Sunset • 2 hours *** Mighty Ducks 3 7:15 a 'pQ Central «1 hour 57 mln. r ^* First WlVeS ClUb CS:05)-7:20 PQ Sunset-1 hour 44 mln. ('5:10)-7:20 Central »1 hour 43 min. Reader makes a big stink about careless grooming Dear Ann Landers: I read with interest the letter in your column from "Max in Utah," whose lady friend called him on the telephone often. He liked her very much and loaned her sizable sums of money on more than one occasion. They had friendly and pleasant phone conversations, but she refused to go out with him. He could not understand why. May I suggest a possibility? Maybe he had careless grooming habits and unpleasant odors she couldn't tolerate. In my case, an interesting, well-informed man whose company I enjoy reeks of mothballs. What's worse, he insists on disinfecting every load of laundry with Lysol. Even his car smells like a hospital. ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. Once, I spent an hour in his apartment and had the worst coughing spell I've ever experienced. All my eye makeup washed away, and my throat was raw for hours. I would never risk going there again. This man is considered one of the town's most outstanding citizens. He participates in activities that support a variety of good causes. He has been single for several years and is considered a real catch. I wonder how many women besides me were turned off by the mothballs and disinfectant. — Nose All in Oregon Dear Oregon: It's too bad no one has the courage to level with that outstanding citizen who reeks of mothballs and disinfectant. It would be a tremendous favor if someone told him how his obsession with eliminating bacteria creates such an unpleasant aroma. Why don't you be the one to clue him TV TONIGHT in? The rewards could be enormous. P.S.: As for Max in Utah, that telephone sweetie was interested only in his bankroll. Dear Ann Landers: "Concerned Parent in San Diego" was right on the money about the perils of discarded cigarette butts. My parents, both smokers, used to bundle us kids into the back seat of the car for weekend trips to our grandparents' home. During the Kentucky winters, we always had on mittens, coats and scarves. One time, my mother finished her cigarette and threw the butt out of the front window. Unfortunately, the butt flew into the back seat and landed in the scarf that was wrapped tightly around my 5-year-old neck. I began screaming, and my father pulled the car over. By the time he got my scarf off, I had a severe burn on my neck. The doctor cleaned the wound and told . me I would have a nice scar. He was right. ; Ann, I get so angry every time I see a cigarette butt fly out a car window, not only because of the pain of my experience but because it sickens me to see the nasty sea of butts lining our curbs. I get upset with smokers who believe it • is their right to smoke anywhere at any time because they "aren't hurting anyone but themselves." That's not true. Secondhand smoke, litter, fires, accidental burns — these are the problems innocent non-smokers face. Keep encouraging people to be responsible for their actions. It's a lesson worth repeating. — Virginia Beach, Va. Dear Va. Beach: You can count on me. Thanks for a letter that Is sure to strike some raw nerves. If any reader wonders if this letter is meant for you, the answer is "Probably." Best bets . • 7 p.m. — "D.C. Follies," American Movie Classics, Salina cable channel 31. Hollywood's view of politics on and off the silver screen. Host: Robert Klein. • 8 p.m. — "Every Woman's Dream," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. Jeff Fahey, Kim Cattrall. A charismatic charmer spins a complex set of lies as he maintains simultaneous marriages to two unsuspecting women. • 8 p.m. — "Frontline," PBS, Salina cable channel 2 and again at 9 p.m. on channel 8. Examines the U.S. Navy in the wake of Tailhook, focusing on the changing role of women in the military and former CNO Adm. Mike Boorda, who killed himself when he learned Newsweek was preparing a story that said he routinely wore combat medals although he had never actually been in combat. • 9 p.m. — "NYPD Blue," ABC. Season premiere. Simone plans a surprise for Russell, then gets one himself: Sipowic? frets about his new baby's health. Nova 52991 m Major League Baseball Playoffs: ALCS Game 6 - Orioles at Yankees 223660 Movie **« "Coneheads" (1993) Dan Aykroyd. 99757 Q Promised Land 23009 Comm Access 49009 a Movie **» "Coneheads" (1993) Dan Aykroyd. 61009 o Glorious Accident 67405 o Roseanne Roseanne m 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 Frontline 89641 9:00 9:30 Guide-Violence 52955 Charlie Rose 37172 News 7211776 Tonight Show |Slmpsoi ms Extra 48047 Coach 91641 Movie "Every Woman's Dream" (1996) Jeff Fahey. 36573 News 7472950 Late Show Better Business Bureau 58757 Sculpture Salina 98793 Life's 43711 Life's 6399 Promised Land 96931 Nova 43825 Home Imp. SplnCity 72370 NYPD Blue 30979 Home Imp. Change History 31080 News 81689 Frontline 63689 Spin City 1283 NYPD Blue S2937 Movie "Every Woman's Dream" (1996) Jeff Fahey. 83467 Major League Baseball Playoffs: ALCS Game 6 •• Orioles at Yankees 299486 Movie "Outlaw Blues" Cont'd Movie * * * "Divorce American Style" (1967) 2316641 10:00 10:30 Cheers 17689 News 31283 Computer News 7309738 News 6864009 News 6882405 News 8127931 Tonight Show Patrol 40931 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nlghtllne Late Show "Steel Magnolias" 7378757 Movie Cont'd |"Neverendlng Story Il-Next Chapter" 738950 [Frankenweenle [Avonlea 460047 Movie "Felony" (1995), Leo Rossi 4355863 |Movle **K "Silent Fall" (1994), John Ulhgow 73385405 577660 Hot Line Movie ** "TheCustodian"(1993)9390912 |Movle** "Nostradamus" (1994) Tcheky Karyo. 8097196 Movie ** "Assassins" (1995) Sylvester Stallone. (CC) 238080 Movie "If These Walls Could Talk" 7290979 Roger Corman Presents 680775 News 650931 Inside Politics Larry King Live 747931 Picket Fences 2310467 Our House 9990738 Highway to Heaven 733863 D.C. Follies 550467 [Movie "The Usual Suspects" (1995) 7433486 I Extras: Usual [Women World Today 734467 Miami Vice 2329115 Color 7361467 Color 7158370 Man Alive Triumphs Rescue 911719283 Sports 824689 Moneyllne Unbroken Circle 9912950 700 Club 739047 Picket Fences 2319738 In Touch 9999009 Three Stooges 732134 Movie "The Great McGlnty" (1940) 9446047 | Movie "Hall the Conquering Hero" 16147283 Movie **x "The Devil's Brigade" (1968) William Holden, Cliff Robertson. 75071757 m. m. m 7:00 7:30 The Road 571931 8:00 8:30 Prime Time Country 597979 Prime Time 992689 1 Night Stand Paula 5483318 TompklnsSq. [Lounge Liz. Golf 987365 Fame 748641 PBA Bowling: Ebonite 889641 9:00 News 849844 Dance 367825 Buzzklll Dream On 9:30 Smashed 10:00 10:30 Dallas 570202 Singled Out A-Llst 6952009 Politically Inc. Dally 3668738 Ren & Stimpy NHL Hockey Edmonton Oilers at Colorado Avalanche. From McNichols Sports Arena. 992592 Billiards; Masters 572669 |Superbout8 S52825 |Sport6center(CC) 555912 Strongest Man | NHL Hockey Delroil Red Wings at Dallas Stars. From Reunion Arena. (Live) S938SS4 NHL 9572134 Murder, She Wrote 763979 [Boxing Trevor Berblck vs. Haslm Rahman. (Live) (CC) 743115 [Silk Stalking* 755950 Movie **» "Josh and S.A.M." (1993) 166283 I Movie "Big Girls Don't Cry... They Get Even" (1992) 583776 Jimmy Connors vs. Bjorn Borg 5349979 To Be Announced 8498554 Rugby 7606283 Movie * * "Flight of the Intruder" (1991) (CC) 711757 I News 563047 Unsolved Mysteries 713009 Movie ** "Sweet Revenge" (1984), Kelly McGillis 726573 Politics | Equal Time Movie "Hocus Pocus" Cont'd Animals A to Z 7418221 Wild Discovery 194825 Myth America America Secret-of Alex Happy Days Biography 112221 Rivera Live 8090283 Charles Grodln 8010047 The Dirty Dozen" 97392757 Wlseguy 566134 Living 460405 | Mysteries America After Hours 8013134 Mystery Univ. World-Wond. 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